Fubara vows to keep Wike’s camp restless

Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State on Thursday, April 4, vowed to keep Wike, his political godfather camp restless.

The issue between Wike and Fubara started when Fubara fell out with his predecessor, Neysom Wike.

According to The Punch, on Thursday, while Fubara was speaking at the ground breaking of the automobile spare parts market in Port Harcourt, he announced that the purported list of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Caretaker Committee members for the state, circulating on social media as fake.

Daily Trust reported that he described the list which has names of some Wike’s loyalists, as the handiwork of cheap publicity seekers and agents of crisis.

He said: “I know that a lot of you saw something flying in the social media, dailies. Let me brief you, we had a meeting, and we agreed that, not just in Rivers State, but in all the States affected, that the Executive Councils (of PDP) should be extended for three months.

“This extension is not meant to bring in new names. The extension also did not say that you are working without the authority of the Governor. So, for those lists that you saw and those ones altered, I can assure you that they are not going to stand.”

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